We are implementing the following changes to spring semester to limit and slow the spread of COVID-19.
Campus police have received reports about individuals inviting students to attend a Bible study group late at night. Anyone who has information about this or feels concern for their safety should contact police immediately.
The joint announcement inks deal for a new, 5-year term.
Dear Faculty Members, Staff, and Students, We are writing to share several important updates that affect the University of Utah community. As of today, March 3, 2020, there are no confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in the state of Utah. However, the nature of the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak is fluid and changing daily. As […]
The police investigation into an alleged sexual assault on campus is ongoing.
University officials are investigating to determine those responsible for the incident.
The Department of Education Office of Civil Rights closed its investigation into the U on Dec. 10, 2019, dismissing an allegation that the U created a sexually hostile environment for students.
Lori McDonald, vice president for Student Affairs, and Mary Ann Villarreal, vice president for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, focus on building an inclusive campus.
The act was not targeted, and the individual responsible will be held accountable.
Note: Any additional victims or those with relevant information are encouraged to contact the Salt Lake City Police Department’s Victim Advocates at 801-580-7969. The following is a statement from University of Utah President Ruth Watkins I am closely following the serious and disturbing allegations involving a university student. My heart goes out to the victim, […]